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"Goin' to the Dogs" Shows Family's Bark and Bite as They Try to Prevent Family Dogs from Inheriting $75 million

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Three dogs potentially set to inherit $75 million junkyard fortune.

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FORT WORTH, TX, June 19, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/ -- While many dogs are spoiled, Willy, Lance and Dixie, three King Charles spaniels, might take the cake (and a fortune along with it): "Goin' to the Dogs," an outrageous reality show highlighting the spoiled dogs and an eccentric junkyard millionaire and his family as they wrestle with just who will inherit $75 million.

Ron Sturgeon, who made his fortune in the junkyard business, is also known as "Big Daddy" by his sons, girlfriend and beloved dogs. "Goin' to the Dogs," seeking pick-up from a network as a reality series, is featured in a new sizzle reel from LMNO Productions.

"Nobody really knows what I'm going to do with the money," Sturgeon said. "They just need to keep sucking up to Big Daddy."

"Goin' to the Dogs" showcases the dog's full-time staff, including a dog nanny, dog social media manager, as well as Sturgeon's two adopted sons and live-in-girlfriend "man eater" Linda. Willy, Lance and Dixie have more than 40,000 fans on Facebook and are definitely fan favorites when it comes to who inherits Big Daddy's fortune.

"I'm not sure if anyone can truly love me like my dogs do, which is one of the main reasons I want to reward them so richly when I'm gone," Sturgeon added. "There's a reason dogs are known as man's best friend."

Sturgeon is also an author, entrepreneur and a popular guest on many radio programs for his willingness to discuss any and everything, honestly and openly. He recently wrote "Men Are Pigs: And That's a Good Thing," which offers strategies to help men "get more women, steamier sex and better relationships."

A reality show featuring a junkyard millionaire, his family and his three precious dogs, "Goin' to the Dogs" shows the family's battle to inherit a fortune - and all $75 million of it might be going to the dogs. For more information or to watch some highlights, please visit Goin' To the Dogs on YouTube.

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